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Gas breaks $4 a gallon

Posted: 06/09/2008 - On Sunday, the national average price for a gallon of gas broke $4 for the first time.

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Vin Etching deters auto theft

Posted: 06/07/2008 - Some law officers say VIN etching can take your car or truck off a criminal's radar.

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Cyclists race in Tour de Cure

Updated: 09/04/2008 - There was a lot more than a bike chassis riding on Saturday morning’s Tour de Cure.

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The Pros and Cons of programmable thermostats

Updated: 06/08/2008 - Electronic thermostats have made it easy to keep a home’s climate under control, but believe it or not, you may not want to toss out an old manual one.

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Dow down 400 points, oil nears $140

Updated: 06/06/2008 - Wall Street has plunged, with the Dow Jones industrials closing down more than 400 points, after oil prices shot higher and neared $140 for the first time.

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Oil jumps more than $10 to new record high

Updated: 06/06/2008 - Oil prices have shot up more than $10 to a new record above $138 a barrel after a Morgan Stanley analyst predicted prices could hit $150 by the Fourth of July. Traders were also rattled by rising tensions in the Middle East.

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Knoxville-based Goody's likely filing for bankruptcy

Updated: 06/09/2008 - A company that's been a part of East Tennessee for several generations could be, according to published reports, on the verge of bankruptcy, as the fate of Goody's Family Clothing and its more than 12,000 employees around the country is up in the air.

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TBI: Manhunt in Tennessee deputy slaying ended by tip

Updated: 06/06/2008 - For hours after a Grundy County deputy was gunned down in a Monteagle trailer, suspect Kermit Bryson received help eluding a search all around him. But then someone gave away his hiding place.

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